[PD] browsing for specific externals in pd extended fo Mac without installing it

Matteo Sisti Sette matteosistisette at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 16:00:30 CET 2010

Oh sorry, I simply had to open the .hfs file extracted from the .dmg file.
I didn't realise 7-zip could open that file format as well (its context 
menu didn't appear while browsing the content of the dmg, it only 
appeared after extracting it).

Sorry again


Matteo Sisti Sette escribió:
> Hi,
> I have to use some specific externals in a patch done mainly in pd 
> Vanilla. I develop and prepare it on Windows but it will have to be used 
> in Mac... (and I am quite analphabet with mac)
> In my windows machine, I simply took the .dll files from a pd-extended 
> installation and put them in the patch directory so they're found and 
> dinamically loaded.
> I know I can do the same in Mac so I would like to include the .darwin 
> (or whatever the extension is) files in the patch folder too, so that I 
> will simply copy the patch folder to the Mac and it will work.
> The problem is, I would like to do this (looking for the .darwin files 
> and copying them to the patch folder) on the windows Machine so that 
> when I have access to the mac I don't waste time. Also, I don't want to 
>  INSTALL pd-extended on the Mac because i did it before, and 
> uninstalling it was like hell (even after uninstalling, the libraries 
> somewhere and somehow persisted and the new fresh pd-vanilla kept 
> loading them).
> So I tried downloading pd-extended for Mac (a .dmg file) and I sort of 
> opened it with a program called 7-zip; but the only thing I find inside 
> it is four files:
> 0.ddm
> 1.Apple_part...
> 2.hfs
> 3.free
> Looks like some sort of installer or disk image.
> How can I unpack it (or download something else somewhere else) and look 
> for the single files just like I browse the windows version pd-extended 
> folders and dll?
> thanks
> m.

Matteo Sisti Sette
matteosistisette at gmail.com

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